How to find an office space with flexible lease terms

Searching for an office space can often be a frustrating process. With the speed at which a company can grow today, it’s grown difficult to agree to traditional style commercial leases. Many office spaces in city centers have business owners agreeing to at least a five-year lease in order to secure a prestigious office space. As well as having inflexible terms for the length of the lease, many office spaces in city centers have strict rules when it comes to pets in the workplace, full-service offices and more.

If you need access to flexible lease terms for your business and to create a modern office space, it could be wise to contact a broker. A broker works as a representative that can take the requirements your company has front office space and find a location that’s able to fit your requirements. Rather than a company owner or manager having to speak account was building owners, a broker has experience in finding flexible leases on office space in your region.

Broker start by first understanding the needs of your business and outlining all of the most important items that you would require on a lease. Whether you’re interested in a short term lease, full-service cleaning or the option to take your dog to work, the broker can get you up and running much faster by using their skills to help you access the office space that you need.

Brokers keep files for the requirements that your company has so that if you do need to change office spaces or renegotiate your lease, it is possible for broker to work as your advocate. The process can be much more flexible with someone on your side to negotiate a more flexible lease and to get your business up and running in a space that will truly work for your needs.

This post was written by Tara Kintz. Tara is a director at Signature Workspace which is a  Tampa office space. Signature Workspace, owned and operated by Cantor Fund Management, offers services and amenities such as private offices, flex space, co-working space, virtual offices, meeting/conference rooms, and more.